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The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.
At 65, Naemi Natanael is a communal smallholder farmer living in the Onangama village in the Ohangwena region. Highly dependent on her 3.5 hectares of land for her livelihood, Natanael was one of the first respondents within her community to a call for training to use new cultivation technologies and make use of climate-smart agricultural methods in order to improve productivity and provide for her family of 12
It is with great pleasure that I give this speech on behalf of the UN family in Namibia, at the official opening of the African Drought Conference. Allow me to start by expressing appreciation to the Government of Namibia, our host for this important event.
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